As Shanghai now requires companies in the telecom and internet sector to establish a Chief Data Officer (CDO), we discuss the role, its requirements, and implications for corporate governance.
In this latest edition of the guide, we introduce the latest HR technologies, as well as privacy and personal information protection requirements in human resources management, which are becoming increasingly important in China.
Adopting flexible or comprehensive work hour systems in China requires complying with local regulations. Dezan Shira & Associates’ Kelly Xu explains eligibility, approvals, and employee rights.
We look at the latest statistics on China’s labor force and discuss trends, shifting demographics, and changing attitudes among workers.
Talents are critical resources for companies of all sizes in the post-COVID era. Therefore, it is essential for businesses to know the right recruitment strategies to attract the best candidates.
We explain who is eligible to enter China under the 144-hour visa-free transit policy and where you can travel on the entry permit.
This article offers an overview of childcare leave policy in China, summarizes its recent developments in China’s different regions, and explains how childcare leave will be implemented in practice.
Six government departments released two new documents for the protection of female employees in the workplace, aiming at improving special labor protection for female employees in the workplace.